Contact the Media Centre

Contact the media centre
 

The contact details on this page are strictly for use by the PRESS/MEDIA only.

Members of the public please telephone 01296 318540. If you are a member of the press you can find all the Kennel Club media contacts below, who can assist you with your media enquiries.

Kennel Club Press Office contact

020 7518 1008 / 1020
Email: press.office@thekennelclub.org.uk

Press Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm. For any journalists wishing to contact us out of hours for urgent media enquiries only please contact the out of hours press office number 07825 944843.

Heidi Ancell
Head of Public Relations (maternity leave)
Tel: 020 7518 1008

Jennifer White
Acting PR Manager
Tel: 020 7518 1008
Email: Jennifer.white@thekennelclub.org.uk

David Robson
Senior Press Officer
Tel: 020 7518 1008
Email: david.robson@thekennelclub.org.uk

Ella Brough
Senior Press Officer
Tel: 020 7518 1008
Email:ella.brough@thekennelclub.org.uk 

Nikki Cummins 
Press Officer
Tel: 020 7518 1008
Email:nikki.cummins@thekennelclub.org.uk

Spokespeople

Caroline Kisko is the Kennel Club Secretary and Director of Communications.

She has spent her whole lifetime with dogs - growing up with Keeshonds and now having a pack of 18 Siberian Huskies and the 'odd' German Shepherd.  Her degree is from Sussex University and she worked for many years in PR and sales in the pet trade before moving to the Kennel Club.  She became KC Secretary in 2000 and has been the principle spokesperson for the Kennel Club for a number of years. Prior to joining the KC she gave CCs in Siberian Huskies and Keeshonds and judged a number of other Spitz breeds.  She continues to work her Huskies in harness.

Bill Lambert is the Health and Breeder Services Manager.

Bill Lambert has been managing the Health and Breeder Services Department since September 2007, and prior to that he was a Breed Advisor for the Assured Breeder Scheme, assessing and advising members. Bill has owned Bull Terriers all his life. He has bred eight litters, including eight champions, and has taken Best of Breed at Crufts on three occasions. He judges Bull Terriers at championship level and has been on the committee of the Bull Terrier Club for over 20 years. He has represented Bull Terriers, and dogs in general, as spokesman for the breed club for many years.

His knowledge and experience within the dog world make him an all-round expert on dogs, in particular so-called dangerous dogs.

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